This article examines the 30 by 30 target which forms part of President Biden’s plan to fight climate change and biodiversity loss. Challenges to this plan include representivity, climate and racial justice, private land ownership, politics and costs. Key aspects will be cooperation with key stakeholders, transparency, continuous government support beyond single presidential terms and funding.
Trine Carlsen reviews the MSc in Environmental Economics and Climate Change offered by the London School of Economics
This article examines the concept of a remaining carbon budget, and analyses different scenarios based on various data sets. Varying data sources result in different carbon budgets based on factors such as land use, and past carbon emissions. Even with this variance, it is clear that almost no country is on track to meet the Paris climate goals (SDG IISD 2019).
The ‘Mock’ COP26, which took place online at the end of 2020, was a student-run alternative to the postponed UN climate summit, COP26.
By Amy Wilson Capacity-building is the process by which an individual or organisation can obtain, improve or maintain specific skills, knowledge and/or resources needed to fulfill a goal or responsibility. Capacity-building has been identified as a vital process in the fight against the climate crisis because not all countries have equal capacity to adapt to...
Food Saving Lund is an organisation run by a group of people fighting against food waste by doing regular food pick-ups in & around Lund, redistributing food to food banks.